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Robert Kiyosaki's CASHFLOW Quadrant defines four categories of earners – employees and self-employed individuals on the left, and business owners and investors on the right. The concept points to those on the right side of the quadrant as the ones with the true potential for achieving financial independence.
According to a recent study, the majority of Americans rely on social security, pension plans, and investment accounts as sources of retirement income, with real estate being one of the least popular choices. There are several reasons, however, why retirees may want to take a second look at investing in rental properties, especially multifamily.
While paying taxes is inevitable, multifamily syndication investors can take advantage of depreciation, cost segregation analysis, and various deductions in order to minimize the impact of taxation on their return, and use cash out refinancing and 1031 exchanges to grow their profits tax free over time.
Many people who want to invest passively in multifamily real estate don’t because they think they don’t have enough capital. In this article, we discuss a handful of creative sources you can tap to gather the funds needed to invest in a multifamily syndication.
One of Robert Kiyosaki’s fundamental concepts, the CASHFLOW Quadrant, does a great job of illustrating the different ways people think about and receive income. The “Rich Dad Poor Dad” author divides people into four categories – employees (E) and self-employed individuals (S) who are on the left side of the quadrant, and business owners (B) and investors (I) who are on the right side.